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Dr. Mehmet Oz hosts an informative look at health issues on his popular TV series, "The Dr. Oz Show." Each day, Dr. Oz tackles difficult medical topics with humor, compassion and aplomb. His engaging personality adds a warm appeal to every episode, and the audience reacts with enthusiasm even when Dr. Oz goes a bit too far.

Dr. Oz is a highly-esteemed cardiovascular surgeon with a no-nonsense attitude. He brings his vast medical knowledge to the forefront with no inhibitions, and he enjoys making his audience squirm. He constantly brings up deeply embarrassing health questions, and he illustrates his answers with giant, unwieldy props, graphic videos and actual human remains.

The audience for "The Dr. Oz Show" is made up mostly of women and the topics are often female oriented. Current segments have included ovarian cancer, weight loss for women, and fertility issues. The show also delves into cooking segments with recipes that promote healthy alternatives to harmful fats and sugars.

Dr. Oz is into exercise and he seems to think of himself as a fine specimen of a man. He struts and flexes his way through every episode with an arched brow and an eye for the ladies. His youthful vigor and sexual dynamism are meant to be an inspiration to everyone who wants to live a healthier life.

The main reason for the continuing success of "The Dr. Oz Show" is the special connection Dr. Oz shares with his audience. He often picks eager women to assist with various tasks, and then teases them unmercifully with his flirty wit. It is not rare for Dr. Oz to ask his assistants to talk about embarrassing bodily functions or to inspect recently autopsied body parts.

"The Dr. Oz Show" is a valuable tool in the public's medical arsenal. Dr. Oz's unabashed approach to good health is admirable, and he brings difficult subjects into the light of day. Dozens of medical specialists have appeared on the show to offer expert advice and guidance. "The Dr. Oz Show" has undoubtedly saved thousands of lives, and that legacy will continue as long as Mehmet Oz is at the helm.

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4 Seasons, 662 Episodes - Currently Airing
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The Dr. Oz Show Full Episode Guide

  • Dr. Oz goes inside psychic Theresa Caputo's mind; cholesterol.

  • Sunscreen; talk-show host Wendy Williams.

  • New solutions for chronic pain; "Hungry Girl'' Lisa Lillien brings five-minute fixes for big food frustrations.

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Move over Patch Adams, Wednesday’s "Dr. Oz Show" will feature a does of medicine and comedy when Dr. Oz performs surgery on Jimmy Fallon. In turn, Fallon will get a chance to play doctor by assisting Dr. Arthur Perry while he performs laser surgery on Dr. Oz. With 30 Rock studios facing each other, Fallon (wearing only a hospital gown) didn’t have far to travel when arriving on the set for Dr.

Dr. Oz on the five most popular resolutions and ways to make them happen

During the holiday season, people were occupied with buying presents, preparing food and enjoying every party. As the year 2011 arrives, every person has at least one New Year’s resolution. Many people set their own New Year’s resolution but oftentimes break it. Dr. Mehmet Oz told People magazine that he created an 11-week schedule on his show to help his viewers deal with their New Year’s resolution and stick to it.

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